WE are using this medium to inform the general public and most especially all the candidates that chose University of Ibadan, (UI) as their choice in the 2014 UTME, that the school post-utme screening exercise and registration has commenced.
What is the cut-off mark for UI is 200!
On this note, the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, is inviting application from all eligible candidates who made the University their Institution of choice and scored 200 or above in the 2014 UTME Examination are eligible to apply.
Eligible candidates are to submit their bio-data and O’level Result, (i.e. SSCE, WAEC/NECO) ONLINE through the university website on or before Monday, 21st of July, 2014.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
A (i) Candidates are to pay the sum of Two Thousand Naira, (N2,000.00) for Admission Processing and One thousand naira, (N1,000.00) for checking of results when it is released.
Note: The total sum candidates will pay is N3,000.00 (Three Thousand Naira Only) should be paid into any of the APPROVED accounts:
University of Ibbadan Admission Processing Fee Account Details:
* Mainstreet Bank Plc (Acct. No- 6000085286)
* First Bank of Nigeria Plc (Acct. No – 2018156959)
* University of Ibadan Micro-Finance Bank, U.I. (Acct. No-1050000027)
While making payment, the teller should have the full names of the candidate (SURNAME first) as in the UTME result slip preceded by the JAMB Registration number, as the payee.
* Your Name and JAMB Registration Number should be quoted in the depositor’s name at the point of payment (in the Bank). The following format could be adopted:
JAMB registration number/names e.g. 93145667FE/SHUAIB, OLADIMEJI OKIGBO
After making payment, (N3,000.00) for Admission Processing and for checking of results at the bank, candidates are expected to submit their Teller Numbers and branch details online at the University website by CLICKING HERE
When the page loads up, enter with the JAMB Registration Number and submission of a valid/functional e-mail address and GSM number (for SMS text).
After submitting of your bank teller details, Candidates will retrieve username and PIN-number on the same web page.
Candidates are then expected to log onto http://www.admissions.ui.edu.ng to submit their bio-data and ‘O’ level results.
Candidates should ensure that the on-line forms are carefully filled, following ALL necessary instructions, as “mistake(s)” may lead to automatic disqualification.
NOTE: Please fill the on-line forms in CAPITAL letters only.
Candidates can return to the portal, up till 21 July, 2014 to edit/complete their previous entries or otherwise review and print their submissions. Please ensure that you click “FINAL SUBMISSION” before printing. Applicants should note that no further editing CAN be done after final submissions.
Kindly use functional e-mail addresses and telephone numbers to enable the University reach you in the course of the Admission exercise or whenever the need arises.
Candidates are expected to upload their passport photographs and signatures. The image format for the passport and signature is JPEG and must not exceed 50kB. The photographs must be on white background showing both ears, without glasses, cap or headgear.
An online help desk platform on http://www.admissions.ui.edu.ng/ helpdesk will be available to handle all genuine enquiries.
Application closes 21st July 2014
Candidates that are duly registered and processed for the Post-UTME Screening exercise will access their screening details on the admissions portal at a date to be announced later.
Candidates should please note that it is only when an ‘O’ level result is deficient for a course of choice that another deficient result may be presented to complement. Candidates presenting two ‘O’ level results (6 credits at 2 Sittings) should ensure that the comprehensive details of both results are submitted.
The deadline for submission of bio-data / ‘O’ level results may not be extended. Any candidate whose data are not submitted within the stipulated time may not be considered for Post-UTME Screening and for admission.
Misrepresentation/falsification of documents is a serious offence. Candidates are therefore advised to submit genuine documents only. Anyone found guilty of this offence will be disqualified automatically and in appropriate cases, be handed over to the Law Enforcement Agencies.
Candidates are strongly advised to adhere strictly to the guidelines stipulated above for successful completion of the online submissions.
Finally, candidates are requested to note that payment of the sum of N3,000.00 is for processing of each applicant’s application and for checking of result. This does not guarantee admission.
Olujimi I. Olukoya, MNIM, FPA